- Canelo Alvarez has vowed to beat Floyd Mayweather in a rematch of their 2013 fighter
- The Mexican was floored by the American boxing legend with his superior masterclass performance in Las Vega
- Alvarez claims he is a different man compared to the one Mayweather beat six years back
Canelo Alvarez believes he can defeat boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in a rematch of their popular 2013 bout.
The Mexican boxer was given a wild chase off the ring by the retired boxer who threw in a superior masterclass performance in 2013.
But the 29-year-old, who became a four-weight world champion after beating Sergey Kovalev in Las Vegas earlier this month, believes he can upturn his defeat to victory in a rematch bout with the boxing retired champion, Sportbible reports.
"It's different now. I'm a different fighter," the 29-year-old boasted.
"I think he's good too but I'm a different fighter now. Maybe [it would be a] different fight," the Mexican submitted.
Floyd Mayweather, often considered as one of the legends of the game, hung his gloves undefeated after his flawless victory over UFC star Conor McGregor in a 2017 .
"The Money," as often called, boasts of 50-0 undefeated steaks in boxing history throughout his professional career.
Meanwhile, Alvarez has defeated the likes of Kovalev, Gennady Golovkin, Miguel Cotto and Amir Khan since his imminent defeat to the American, and good for him he has won an incredible 53 wins in 56 professional fights.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported that WBC heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder, has vowed to break Floyd Mayweather's enviable record for the longest active unbeaten streak in boxing history.
Mayweather, 42, is considered one of the most successful boxers of all time with his impressive undefeated record holding him higher in places of the greatest.
The American champion surpassed Rocky Marciano’s 49-0 record after his flawless victory over UFC star Conor McGregor by knockout in 2017.
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